Social media keep old friends close, but the Web used to be for strangers.
Modern historians have found a Medieval mummy head showing that medicine and medical practices during Europe’s Dark Ages weren’t that dark.
Traditional manhood aside, today’s real masculinity crisis is biological—environmental endocrine disruptors common in plastics and fertilizers may be contributing to rapidly declining fertility.
Few figures in human history have left a greater mark, but Albert Einstein's legacy is tragically skewed.
How does a godless universe come to create itself? Tackling the next big question in popular science requires a massive paradigm shift in thinking.
Occupy Sandy organizers Leah Feder and Devin Balkind discuss how open-source technology can help organize communities, solve problems collectively, and build democratic movements.
Read about how network society, the interactions between technology and people, has brought people together to create major social movements.
Collaborative consumption is promising, but doesn't have the potential to create high-skilled livelihoods for users like the maker movement.
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